|SourceCode Season3 - Episode 2: Eco Dissent/Not Terrorism - Free Speech TV|
In George Bush's America, if you're an environmentalist, you're a terrorist. SourceCode examines civil disobedience under the Patriot Act. Come to Prescott, Arizona, where a recent sting resulted in the death of one person accused under the new definition of terrorism. Hear from a former Earthfirst!er on why she took direct action against a power company. ACLU and Center for Constitutional Rights tell you what risks you face in defending the environment...
Keywords: Free Speech TV; SourceCode; Social Justice; Independent Media; Movement Building; environmentalist; environment; dam; environmentalism; eco-terror; ecotage; terrorism; 911; Patriot Act; environmental activist; Earth FIrst; ALF; ELF; Environment Liberation Front; Bill Rogers; Vail fire; Center for Constitutional Rights; Guantanamo; Ruckus Society; civil disobedience; non-violent civil disobedience; Glen Canyon Damn; Edward Abbey; monkeywrench
|The Vicious Circle of Inequality - sgl|
With the richest 1 percent of Americans controlling an estimated 40 percent of the country's wealth, Stiglitz argues against the vicious circle of inequality. Stiglitz offers his plan for changing the current fiscal and budgetary policies. Joseph Stiglitz is a Nobel Prize Winner in Economics, a Professor at Columbia University and author of "The Price of Inequality: How Today's Divided Society Endangers Our Future." Joan Walsh is Editor at Large at Salon.com and the moderator...
Keywords: Great Speeches And Interviews; Inequality; Joseph Stiglitz; Nobel Prize in Economics; Columbia University; Joan Walsh; Salon.com; Editor at Large; William deBuys; environmental activist; A Great Aridness; Climate Change and the Future of the American Southwest; Sweden; Catarina Ostlund; waste-to-energy program; Bruce Gellerman; Swedish Environmental Protection Agency; California; Daniel Sperling; Institute of Transportation Studies
|Insight: Pot Farm Poisons / Environmentalist Maude Barlow / Social Responsibility Essay Contest / Sacramento Kings Countdown - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Pot Farm Poisons - The controversy over marijuana isn't just it's legality anymore. Rodenticides used on illegal pot farms in the US and Canada have been shown to have serious effects on the fisher (a cat-sized carnivore). Mourad Gabriel, a doctoral candidate with the Veterinary Genetics Laboratory at UC Davis joins us to provide some insight on what this means. Maude Barlow - Sacramento State will mark the end of its inaugural One World Initiative, "Global Perspectives on Water," with a campus-...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; pot farm poisons; rodenticides affecting fishers; Mourad Gabriel, doctoral candidate with the Veterinary Genetics Laboratory at UC Davis; Global Perspectives on Water; Maude Barlow, environmental activist; Physicians for Social Responsibility scholarship essay contest; NBA decision on Kings move?